Brilliantly prepared communication on the field of war. Russian journalist Semyon Pegov filmed himself in front of a Russian military vehicle, but forgot to cut the part where he, in agreement with the soldier behind him, planned the shots that were supposed to intensify his relationship. After a quiet nod between the two, Pegov began speaking frantically between scheduled shots with his military friend. The video posted on the Telegram channel WarGonzo isn’t the first example of the obscurity directed by Begov. Last February 24, the day Russia invaded Ukraine, Bygov reported, also via WarGonzo, about the Russian army’s invasion of the Ukrainian city of Kharkiv, the country’s second most populous city after Kyiv. A completely fake image was attached to the news from 2014. WarGonzo quickly deleted the image soon after but the post had already been viewed by more than 100,000 users and made the site tours.